People also got to enjoy music, food trucks, and Santa Clause also made an appearance.
Humble Coffee has been putting on the market since 2014.
“It’s really about bringing the community together and recognizing all the wonderful artists and artisans that we have across New Mexico, and it just keeps getting bigger and better,” said Humble Coffee owner Mark Baker.
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It was $5 to enter the market; some of the proceeds went to two nonprofits that help community members struggling with housing.